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Community Capital of Vermont provides equal-access financing and support to Vermonters with excellent business ideas, and courage and resourcefulness to make them happen. No credit or collateral? Let’s see what we can do to make your dream come true!
UVM Faculty and other Classical Musicians will perform a benefit concert for Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center's MLK event and Caribbean Hurricane Relief. Nov. 4, 8pm at the First Congregational Church. Tickets: $25.00, Students $10.00
Supports and Services at Home (SASH) works to support older adults with:
• Preventative health care and services coordination
• Self-management education and coaching, particularly relating to chronic health conditions such as diabetes and arthritis
• Transitions support after a medical stay
Statewide lender speciallizing in loans to low to moderate income entrepreneurs!
The Center for Arts and Learning is a special community enterprise: a consortium of several non-profit organizations that are devoted to maintaining a thriving art, music and art education community in central Vermont.
Illness does not impact just one person. CCM's SpeakSooner initiative is committed to getting patients living with serious illness, their families and healthcare providers on the same page through timely, open and honest conversations about treatment options, quality-of-life sooner rather than later
CVCOA works hard to support elders in leading healthy, meaningful and dignified lives in their homes and communities. We provide a wide range of services to seniors and family caregivers to help make this possible.
Champlain Community Service is a non-profit geared toward helping people who have a disability stay successful and be a part of our community. This is a wonderful organization to work for, and we are always looking for people to join in...
We support the recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural and under-served areas. We also offer important health career information and exploration programs for middle and high school students encouraging their entry into the health care field.
CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence.
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.
The Chelsea Farmers Market is a weekly community event on the North Common in the heart of Chelsea, Vermont.In 2017, the market will occur on Fridays from 3-6pm, May 19th through September 29th. We will also have our special Holiday Market on November 12, 9am-2pm at the Chelsea Public School Gym.
Young Life is an international nonprofit Christian organization whose belief is that every teen deserves to hear about who Jesus Christ is. We accomplish this with caring adults who build meaningful, nonjudgmental relationships with teens where they are at in order to earn the right to be heard.
Common Good Vermont is the only statewide organization in Vermont dedicated to uniting and strengthening all of the mission-driven organizations that serve the Green Mountain State. Common Good Vermont serves as the “go to” resource for nonprofits.
CCN is a consortium of health, human service, employment and rehabilitation programs serving the greater Rutland region. We employ and contract with more than 550 people, offering a wide variety of employment opportunities for individuals interested in helping meet the many needs of our community.
Conquer The Day, The Stefan Pierson Foundation, provides support to young adults (age 18-25) to overcome the limitations of battling cancer. Our mission is to help young adults live in a way that is rich and meaningful so they may conquer the day and continue to positively impact those around them.
Vermont-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit helping young adults (age 18 - 25+) overcome the limitations that cancer has dealt them, by providing them a chance to conquer the day and live life to the fullest.
The mission of the Outdoor Center focuses on lifelong sport, sustainability and land stewardship.
Cristo Morpho is a Vermont-based, mutual-benefit non-profit, meaning it exists for our members. Our core values are Community Service, Sustainability, Family & Relationships, Worship Music & Prayer, Healthy Nutritious Food and Medicinal Plants, Yoga, Fitness, and Dance.
The purpose of the Cross Vt Trail Assoc. is to assist municipalities, recreation groups, and landowners in the creation and management of a four-season, multi-use trail across the state of Vermont for public recreation, alternative transportation, and awareness of our natural and cultural heritage.
Opened to the public serving only lunch at 12:00, There is a suggested donation of $3.50 for anyone 60 & over, and a fee of $5.50 for anyone under 60. On music days, It starts at 11:00 am and goes until we serve at 12:00, with the exception of Gospel (2nd Thursday of every month), it starts at 11:30
Dinners with Love partners with hospice agencies to deliver meals, donated by local restaurants, to hospice patients and their families.
EarthWalk Vermont is an innovative non-profit organization founded in 2005, with the mission to inspire and, empower children, families and communities to reconnect with and care for one another and the earth. We offer long-term, year-round nature education programs to over 300 families.
The Mission of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium is to inspire appreciation for our place in the natural world and to motivate our stewardship of a healthy planet.
Fairfax Rescue is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit corporation providing pre-hospital Emergency Medical Care and transport at the Advance Life Support Level for the communities we serve. We provide primary coverage for the towns of Fairfax , Fletcher, and Westford.
At the Family Center we believe each family has strengths and can take a primary role in its own development. Our children, youth, and family services are designed to build upon families’ strengths, by supporting them to meet the developmental needs of their children.
We are part of a nationwide movement of over 300 schools to support local children's hospitals. Each year, we bring together hundreds of students, town residents, and kids from the hospital for a night of dancing, live student performances, local food, and good company.
We provide comprehensive, compassionate home health care, hospice and support services to the residents of all ages in Franklin County, VT. Our Nurse Family Partnership program provides supports to new moms and their babies in Franklin, Lamoille and Grand Isle Counties.
A full service child placing compassionate adoption agency since 1982. Empowering Vermont and New York birth and adoptive families through education and support in making informed decisions
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